Historic & Religious Sites

Massive ancient temples, elegant mosques, historic churches and mysterious ruins, the diverse nature of Southeast Asia’s history is forever on display.Triumphant and sometimes tragic a historical record can be traced through the sites and monuments that have been saved for future generations and travelers to Southeast Asia.


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  • 25 Jan 2018 | by ASEAN Tourism A Southeast Asian Minority Report

    Between mountain ranges and waterways, Southeast Asia splits up like a jigsaw puzzle of peoples that form up again to become part of a proudly complicated and unique tapestry. Wherever civilization found a foothold, thriving groups people settled down and prospered – each distinct yet similar, or as they say in these parts, “same same but different”.

  • 09 Jan 2018 | by ASEAN Tourism Explore These Angkorian Temples Beyond Angkor Wat

    The rulers of the mighty Khmer empire forged the golden age of civilisation on mainland Southeast Asia, one that lasted from the 8th until the 14th century. At its zenith, the Khmer Devaraja (deified kings) presided over a kingdom that covered a wide swath of today’s Southeast Asia, even as its influence extended further beyond.

  • 24 Oct 2017 | by ASEAN Tourism A Four-Country, Kid-Friendly Itinerary Through Southeast Asia

    Southeast Asia can – and should – be a family affair. Don't let its scruffy, backpacker-friendly reputation fool you: kids are welcome all over Southeast Asia, with adventures of all kinds ready and waiting.

  • 10 Oct 2017 | by ASEAN Tourism Architecture Photography: Where and How to Snap in Southeast Asia

    What's the point in visiting Southeast Asia's temples, mansions and fortresses, if you can't share photos of your time there on social media? And what's the point of even sharing your snaps if you can't take good ones in the first place?

  • 05 Oct 2017 | by ASEAN Tourism This Itinerary Explores Southeast Asia's Ancient Empires

    The Khmer Empire that brought us Angkor Wat was born at the same time as Charlemagne's Holy Roman Empire.

  • 18 Aug 2017 | by ASEAN Tourism How to Explore Southeast Asia's Off-the-Beaten-Path Destinations

    Singapore's Marina Bay, Thailand's Grand Palace and Cambodia's Angkor Wat draw in visitors for a reason: they're beautiful, representative of the local culture, and plastered over every tourist brochure you can pick up at a travel agency.

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